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June 5th, 2011, 06:25 PM
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hi girls! my husband & i are not ttc right now but when we do we would LOVE to finally have a boy. we have 2 beautiful girls that we love more than anything but feel like a little boy would complete our family. i came across a website that u buy there product to concieve the gender of ur choice. its kinda expensive but says money back gauranteed....wanted to know if anyone has tried it or thought about it??? its called genselect. google it! =) Thanks & GL to everyone!!!
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June 6th, 2011, 07:00 AM
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I think this is a kit that basically has all the sway factors in it. Such as baking soda to douche with on a daily basis from day 7- Ovulation day. A diet instruction that is basically the 'boy diet' (its available on this site under boy diet) and then it provides you with Ovulation strips. Which you can purchase on ebay for less then $10. I think this 'kit' is a brilliant idea in the sense this company is making a FORTUNE.
If you obtain from sex until you get a VERY positive ovulation strip and douche with baking soda the week leading up to Ovulation, and eat lots of potassium, avoid dairy etc, then I think your changes are pretty good for a boy.
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June 6th, 2011, 04:46 PM
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I agree, I do not think it is worth your money. Most things you need to know are online, you just have to do your research and decide what you want to do for your sway.
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July 16th, 2011, 06:16 PM
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I actually ordered that kit and then felt like a idiot after learning what was in it,I can make baking soda douche myself , and the list for alkalizing foods are online. so I do think its a waste of money.
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